ANN ARBOR, MI—Oh These Irish Hills! donated $1,540 to help protect—forever—the Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan Council’s (GSHOM) Camp O’ the Hills at Wamplers Lake. “When our committee learned of the Conservancy project for Camp O’ the Hills, we all agreed it would be the perfect cause for our annual Run for the Hills 5K,” […]
With the recent completion of land conservation projects, Legacy—Michigan’s oldest regional land trust—has been directly involved over our 48-year history in protecting a total of 9,040 acres of land in southern Michigan, primarily in Jackson and Washtenaw counties. This milestone was reached through finalizing three separate agreements with private land owners in late 2018. Legacy’s […]
Diana Kern Assumes Duties February 4 Trustees of Legacy Land Conservancy announce the appointment, effective February 4, of Diana Kern to lead the organization as Executive Director. Kern brings more than a dozen years of experience in nonprofit executive leadership, fund development, relationship management, budget management, board support, and staff development to her new role […]
Conservation is essential in keeping our land, air, and water clean as well as making sure our habitats and farmlands continue to thrive. Join Landowner Outreach Coordinator Meghan Prindle to learn about the many different programs that farmers can access and the impact they can have on our working farms and our local lands.
Michigan Centennial Farms are farms that have remained in the same family for 100 years or more! Join Legacy Trustee Larry Doll who will talk about his family’s Centennial Farm, what is means to have this designation, how to apply, and the impact these farms have on their communities.